How adorable is Spencer's little brother Dillon? He may be a minor character, but he makes the most of his screen time with his quick wit and winning smile. He keeps Spencer on his toes and is always ready to bring him back to reality whenever Beverly Hills starts to go to his head.
Most Heartbreaking Moment
There were a few, but the hardest one to watch was when Coop summoned up the courage to come out to her mother, only for her mom to kick her out of the house. Coop and her mom clearly had a close relationship, and it was devastating that she couldn't accept her daughter for who she is.
Jordan's encounter with the police in Crenshaw introduced him to the harsh reality of being a black man in America. Spencer's mom prepared him when he was a child, but Billy had never had "the talk" with his kids. He hoped he had more time, but unfortunately, he was being naive. Jordan and Spencer were lucky the situation didn't escalate to an even worse outcome.
Nothing against Spencer and Layla, we like them as a couple, but there's no denying the chemistry between Spencer and Olivia in that hot tub was off the charts. If they hadn't been interrupted by Jordan, who knows? Maybe they would have ended up together instead.
Least Jealous Character
It's been established that there's a history between Billy and Grace, but Laura is not at all phased by it. She's completely secure in her marriage and trusts her husband. It's refreshing! Too many shows would try to create drama and friction between Laura and Grace, but these two handle it with class.
Asher made a lot of bad choices, and he just kept digging himself in deeper and deeper. It was bad enough that he lied to his friends and girlfriend about his money problems and cheating, but he then got drunk and made a scene at the Homecoming dance, earning himself a two-game suspension. His worst decision, though, was giving the opposing team the playbook. He might have had a chance to come back from the other stuff, but that one got him kicked off the team for good.